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Top tips for finding the perfect Baku hotel
- Within Baku’s Old City, the Maiden Tower and the Shirvanshahs’ Palace are two of the most historic monuments, listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Many hotels in Baku are located nearby, including the Museum Inn Boutique Hotel, Sultan Inn Boutique Hotel, and Old Street Boutique Hotel.
- The entire university area, which lies north of the city, also offers plenty of accommodation choices that help escape the craze of staying downtown or in the Old City. There, you can choose from the more affordable options, such as Vania Hotel and Istanbul Hotel Baku, to the more high-end ones like Teatro Boutique Hotel.
- The iconic contemporary landmark that is the Heydar Aliyev Center was designed by Iraqi-British architect Zaha Hadid, and it is located a little further north from the coastline. There are a few hotels nearby, such as Smith Hotel, Abu Arena Hotel, and the slightly more upscale Excelsior Hotel & Spa Baku.
- If you feel like splurging on a great hotel, the Four Seasons Hotel Baku is the place to go. Located slightly to the south of the Old City, and with its grand design, excellent amenities, and incredible room views of the Baku Bay, this hotel will provide the perfect accommodation experience for all types of tourists.
- The Flame Towers are a trio of skyscrapers that symbolize the city’s long history of fire worshippers, and also a popular attraction in Baku. Quite a few hotels are located in the area, but the upscale Fairmont Baku - Flame Towers has the advantage of actually being within the towers, offering some of the best views in town.
FAQs when booking a hotel in Baku
Where to stay in Baku?
Hotels near Baku City Centre have the most searches on KAYAK.
What are the best hotels near Baku City Centre?
Travellers who like staying near Baku City Centre recommend Atropat Old City Hotel, and Bristol Hotel Baku.
What is a good area to stay with children?
If you’re traveling with kids, and would rather avoid the craze of Old City, there’s a nice area located a bit to the east, where the Baku Museum of Modern Art and the Megafun Entertainment Center are located. Those are great places to take the little ones, and nearby you’ll find a few good hotels, such as the Corniche Family Hotel Baku, Boulevard Side Hotel, and Boulevard Hotel Baku Autograph Collection.
What are some good options for budget travelers?
People who are traveling on a budget can find some great and affordable options near the Old City, including the Baku Home Hostel, Sahil Hostel & Hotel, and Main Street Hostel. The northern area of town is also more budget-friendly in general.
What is the best area for shopping?
The streets near the Sahil metro station are lined with extensive shopping options, and they also boast plenty of hotels for those who are looking to do some shopping during their travels. Some of the best-located hotels in Baku’s city center are Austin Hotel Baku, Drop Inn Baku, and MalakHan Hotel.
What are some of the best waterfront hotels?
There are quite a few accommodation choices along the Baku Boulevard, which is right by the bay, and some of the best top-rated ones are Hilton Baku and Park Inn by Radisson, Baku Hotel. Don’t forget to request a room with a sea view!
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